TheHeat24 wrote:Like I said his numbers are good but his abilitys are over-estimated, he should never be mentioned in the same breath as the league elite skillwise--> Ricky Williams, LT2, Protis, Deuce McAllister, Jamal Lewis, Ahman Green and Fraud Taylor when hes healthy. His numbers are a direct result of their offense the oline more specifically. I just wanted to add that he had 3 tds in the minnesota game, im pretty sure he didnt dominate that game.
Fred Taylor? If anyone he doesnt deserve to be placed up their with these guys.
You say Priest Holmes had the best offensive line, but didn't Jamal Lewis run behind 2-3 Pro Bowl O-linemen this year? Wasn't his O-line touted as being one of the best if not the best. Yet Jamal couldnt score as many TDs as Priest Holmes. Also, Lewis turned the ball over 6 times in the regular season, Priest didn't fumble once.
I would agree that LT2 is possibly the best back in the entire league, however Priest is the only back that muddles that situation. Ricky Williams may have faced 9 man fronts like you said, but every defense should know by now, you have to shut down Priest if you want to keep the Chiefs in check. Tony Gonzales isn't more of a threat than Chris Chambers in receiving, and Trent Green is such an overrated stat-padded QB (thanks to dump passes to Priest Holmes), certainly no better than Jay Fiedler. Yet Ricky Williams averaged close to 3 yards per carry this year, and that is to be solely blamed on the offensive lines? That's quite a stretch.
Offense: I'd say TO because I hate his personality more than anybody in the NFL, but considering how much I hate him and the fact that I'd still rather he play for Philly than not, I have to say I hate Todd Pinkston the most. He still can't even run the right routes.
Defense: Warren Sapp. Just plain disrespectful of everything and everyone. Though I do love him on offensive. Its just hilarious to see how giddy lineman are when they get the ball.
Coach: Steve Spurrier. To proud to change his philosophy to compete in the big leagues.